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Crystal Fletcher impresses in 'Weh Sweet Nanny Goat'

Crystal Fletcher impresses in 'Weh Sweet Nanny Goat' Featured

Entertainment News Written by  Thursday, 19 October 2017 08:49 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Audiences are raving about the performance of actress Crystal Fletcher in the new TV series, 'Wah Sweet Nanny Goat' which is broadcast on TVJ every Saturday. 

 

The talented Crystal Fletcher who plays the character, Angel, the child of Janet, one of the principal characters. She says the role was a challenging one. 

"It has been challenging for me, I had to show a range of emotions for this role. For most of the scenes, I am emotional because I got pregnant, and my mother had high expectations for me in church and in academics, but I have a split personality, displaying different behaviour at home, at school and again, with my boyfriend," she said.

The five-part mini-series climaxed last Saturday. 

"So far, a lot of people have been coming up to me saying they identify with the character, and it had an impact on them, at the theatre, a number of students came up to me afterwards and said they felt it, and it was too real, at my school, one lab tech came to me and told me that I made him cry," she said, laughing

She is reading for a degree in Computer Science at the University of Technology. The talented Fletcheris also an extra on the popular 'Real Friends' series on TVJ. It was during her final year of at St Hugh's High School for Girls that she auditioned and became a member of the cast of the production Bashment Granny 3, where her professional acting career began.

Born March 31, 1996, Fletcher grew up in Central Village, Spanish Town. Being the fourth of eight children, she attended St Catherine Primary where she performed an item from the Jamaican dialect category of the JCDC Speech Festival. She was awarded a bronze medal. While attending St Hugh's High, she became part of the school's drama club. She was awarded a gold medal for a group dialect called My DaysShe is known for playing the flirtatious, precocious 14-year-old character of Deandra in the play 'Not My Child'. 

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